At Google I/O 2012, the Project Glass team took product demoing to a new level!
Tired of fiddling with cables and memory cards? You might not have to in the near future as wireless data transfer becomes more and more common
A bit of old news but pretty impressive the video depicts what a day in the life of a Google glasses-wearer would be like. Shown literally through the eyes of a of the wearer, it all starts with the glasses booting up. A series of icons flash into his field of vision, Terminator-style. He checks his calendar and the weather, chats and shares photos with friends.
Will be interesting to see how this develops!
The Ad by Samsung attempts to undermine Apple’s mystique and its hold on consumers with a Galaxy S II ad that presents hard core Apple fans as lemmings who are so blinded by marketing that they can’t acknowledge a superior phone.
I have a Galaxy S2 😉
A funny sketch regarding voice recognition and the Scottish accent, as I said in the title you would have thought the people at Apple might have known this especially in light of the problems with SIRI.
I think if the tablet had been launched Microsoft may well have gone on to conquer the tablet market place!
The video above shows even more of its planned capabilities, maybe some of this will be incorporaetd in the Windows 8 tablets.
Following on from Drayton’s insight’s this video features a series of interviews with four NYC based experts talking about the future of “the website” have a view and see what you think.
I like “It’s no longer about page views and visitors, It’s about who is online now and what they are doing” shows hwo we are moving from the richness of archival data to the immediacy of the live data.
Looks like Google’s Mobile payment system is on its way can’t believe it was 2007 when I posted about the chances that Google maybe looking at Mobile payments.
Will post more when Google go live with all the details.
Vodafone Germany recently launched an interesting Augmented Reality game Buffer Busters for their customers which involved capturing the AR generated creatures around the streets of Germany in return for points and rewards.
Nice use of QR code in Vodafone shops to claim points.
Hat Tip Martin Pownall
Google Maps now provides live traffic updates to a host of European countries including – Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Spain and Switzerland with UK geting street level traffic updates and general road level to follow shortly.